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The Carlton Football Club is one of the traditional powerhouse teams in Australian footy. The Blues have won 16 VFL/AFL premierships – a record matched only by Essendon.

The last two decades or so have not been especially kind to Carlton. A series of salary cap breaches caught up with the club in 2002, sinking an already-struggling team into serious strife both on and off the field. Some ill-advised personnel changes have not helped (read Mick Malthouse), nor the emergence of the Gold Coast Suns and GWS Giants.

The Blues started 2023 well before dropping seven of eight games during the middle of the season, which had many fans wondering if 2023 was going to be the year that Carlton played finals again.

Fortunately for Blues fans and Michael Voss, the boys in navy blue rallied late to finish fifth and make it all the way to the preliminary final where they were beaten by Brisbane in a close contest.

With a fully fit Patrick Cripps, Charlie Curnow & Harry McKay, how far can the Blues go in the 2024 AFL Premiership season? Let’s see what the bookies have to say.


About the Carlton Football Club

Established: 1864
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Michael Voss (130: 54-75-1)
Captains: Patrick Cripps
Premierships: 16 – 1906, 1907, 1908, 1914, 1915, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1995
2023 ladder finish: 5th (13-9-1)

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Updated Carlton futures odds

2024 Premiership Top 4 Odds Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +800 +200 Sam Walsh +1200 Ashton Moir +6600 Charlie Curnow +500
March +850 +200 Sam Walsh +900 Ashton Moir +6600 Charlie Curnow +500
April +550 +100 Patrick Cripps +1400 Ashton Moir +6600 Charlie Curnow +300

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Carlton 2024 AFL fixture

Blues AFL games
Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
Opening Round Friday, March 8 Brisbane Lions 6:40 PM Gabba, QLD
1 Thursday, March 14 Richmond Tigers 7:30 PM MCG, VIC
2 BYE
3 Friday, March 29 North Melbourne Kangaroos 4:20 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
4 Saturday, April 6 Fremantle Dockers 3:50 PM Adelaide Oval, SA (GATHER ROUND)
5 Saturday, April 13 Adelaide Crows 4:35 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
6 Saturday, April 20 GWS Giants 4:35 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
7 Saturday, April 27 Geelong Cats 4:35 PM MCG, VIC
8 Friday, May 3 Collingwood Magpies 7:40 PM MCG, VIC
9 Thursday, May 9 Melbourne Demons 7:30 PM MCG, VIC
10 Friday, May 17 Sydney Swans 7:40 PM SCG, NSW
11 Saturday, May 25 Gold Coast Suns 1:45 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
12 Thursday, May 30 Port Adelaide Power 7:00 PM Adelaide Oval, SA
13 Monday, June 10 Essendon Bombers 7:20 PM MCG, VIC
14 BYE
15 Friday, June 21 Geelong Cats 7:40 PM MCG, VIC
16 TBC Richmond Tigers TBC MCG, VIC
17 TBC GWS Giants TBC GIANTS Stadium, NSW
18 TBC Western Bulldogs TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
19 TBC North Melbourne Kangaroos TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
20 TBC Port Adelaide Power TBC MCG, VIC
21 TBC Collingwood Magpies TBC MCG, VIC
22 TBC Hawthorn Hawks TBC MCG, VIC
23 TBC West Coast Eagles TBC Optus Stadium, WA
24 TBC St Kilda Saints TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC

Carlton players to watch in 2024

Jesse Motlop

Jesse Motlop

Born: 23/11/2003
Games: 33
Goals: 36
Position: Forward

2023 was a breakout year for Jesse Motlop, as the livewire forward double his goals tally in his second year in the AFL, with his four-goal performance against Port Adelaide standing out. After only managing 12 games in 2022, Motlop played in 21 games last season and the 20-year-old registered 24 goals from those matches. With Charlie Curnow and Harry McKay attracting a lot of attention from opposing teams, Motlop can become the third-best forward for the Blues and give them another avenue to goal in the forward half.

Sam Walsh

Sam Walsh

Born: 2/07/2000
Games: 99
Goals: 37
Position: Midfielder

Sam Walsh had a tough start to 2023, as the hard-running midfielder sat out the first four games due to a back injury. However, once he returned and got his legs back underneath him, Walsh continued where he left off in 2022. The 23-year-old racked up plenty of the ball in 2023 and averaged 28 disposals per game. The 2019 Rising Star winner will undoubtably win a lot of the ball and should be contending for the Brownlow Medal in 2024, barring any injuries mid-season. With the likes of Walsh, Patrick Cripps, George Hewett and Adam Cerra, the Blues have a strong midfield group that is considered to be one of the best in the AFL.

Harry McKay

Harry McKay

Born: 24/12/1997
Games: 107
Goals: 203
Position: Forward

Harry McKay is coming off an underwhelming 2023 season, where the 2021 Coleman Medallist could only register 29 goals from 21 games. In a year that saw the 26-year-old struggle to find form and deal with a couple of injuries, McKay’s accuracy in front of goal was another big talking point. However, with another full preseason under his belt in 2024, McKay could reach those heights of 2021, where he led the competition in the goal-kicking category.


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